Deemed and Out of Contract Rates

What does this mean?

Have you recently moved into your business premises and we supply your electricity? If you haven’t agreed a contract with us, Conrad Energy won’t leave you without power. You will go onto what’s known as a ‘Deemed Contract’.  Until you agree a new contract with us, or until you switch to a new supplier, we’ll charge you our Deemed Rates. As these rates are not fixed they may change at any time, but we will be in touch if they do. 

Out of Contract Rates

Out of Contract Rates apply to the electricity we supply after a fixed term contract ends. This is when a customer’s provided notice of their intention not to renew or extend their fixed term. We’ll charge you these rates until you agree a new contract or switch to another supplier. Please note that these rates are not fixed, they may change at any time and we will let you know if they do. 

You can find our Out of Contract Rates for all Network Operator Areas below.

Deemed and Out of Contract Rates from 1st January 2022

Profile ClassEnergy Rate pence/kWh*Standing charge (pence/day)Other costs
0 (Half Hourly)85.551000+ Half Hourly Availability ChargeTNUoS, VAT, Climate Change Levy, Data Collection and Data Aggregator Charges, Reactive Power

For Profile Class 0 (Half Hourly), all units will be charged at the ‘Energy Rate’ price no matter the time of day they are consumed. In addition, we’ll pass through, at cost, any ‘Other costs’ and charges relating to special visits.

TNUoS Rates vary by Distribution Network Operator (DNO) region. We’ve included the rates for clarity below. You can find your DNO region on the National Grid website.

DNO RegionHalf Hourly TNUoS* Rate £/kW
1055.2828
1152.7279
1260.8481
1349.6181
1454.3029
1542.3055
1648.2724
1723.0813
1831.9429
1957.6624
2059.3930
2155.8332
2261.3527
2348.9799

Key*

  • kWh – kiloWatt hour
  • TNUoS – Transmission Network Use of System: the transmission cost associated with the relevant Half Hourly supply; National Grid Company levies this charge
  • HHAC – Half Hourly Availability Charge: we calculate this by multiplying the Network Operator’s published availability rate for the relevant HH supply – expressed in pence/kVA/day – by the customer’s Chargeable Supply Capacity – expressed in kVA

Call us now to get a better deal

If you don’t get in touch with us, you may end up paying more than you need to. Our Out of Contract Rates tend to be higher than our contract rates, so you could get a better deal by contacting us on 01235 427290.